You wouldn't think that a man who invented and profited off something called "The String Dance" would ever age. But it's true: Today, Conan O'Brien turned 50 and then we all turned to each other with expressions that can only be described as "WhaaaaaA?" followed by an auditory "No. Way." But 'tis true: Coco is half a century old.
Luckily, to offset the mind-blowing truth of O'Brien's age, we've got eight other celebs who've just entered the fifth decade of their lives. Okay, so that might blow your mind a little more. But you'll live.
Basketball Legend Michael JordanThat title almost works better when you're 50.
Mad Man About Town John SlatteryAge ain't nothing but a number, and this silver fox has still got it (even after puking on the floor at Sterling Cooper).
Tom Cruise: Still Kicking Ass in Space at 50And still wooing ladies just a hair above half his age on screen too.
Straight Up, Paula Abdul's Still Got the MovesSeriously. Don't challenge this former Laker girl to a dance contest. You will lose.
Steve Carell Wore Spandex in Burt Wonderstone and Got Away With ItBut he reminds me of my dad so that's all the commentary I can provide for this 50s clubber.
Demi Moore, Is 50, Still Looks 30Life is cruel, folks.
Okay, We Know Jodie Foster's 50After all, she practically hit us over the head with during her rambling Golden Globes speech this year.
Forever-Duck Emilio EstevezHe'll always be our Mighty Ducks coach, even in 20 years when he's 70.
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We've got a week to go until the Charlie Sheen Roast hits television sets across the country, but the event itself went down this past weekend on Sept. 10 in Culver City, Calif. Lucky for us, Comedy Central released a few choice clips including Sheen's self-indulgent, raucous entry complete with a live soundtrack courtesy of Slash; a cringe-worthy comparison to another troubled star thanks to Roastmaster Seth MacFarlane; and a wealth of "whore" puns at the hands of Jeffrey Ross. This may be why our children are getting dumber. Of course, that doesn't mean we won't be watching this sure-fire spectacle on Sept. 19. It will be fine. We'll just drown our shame over the whole ordeal with some greasy chinese takeout and cheap beer. Shame plus more shame equals apathy and uncontrollable laughter with no time for remorse, which is basically the only way to make it through these Roasts. For now, you can munch on that egg roll you still have hiding in the back of your fridge from Saturday night. That should be enough to get you through these short previews.
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Pedro Almodovar's Volver picked up five honors at the Goya Awards in Madrid last night, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actress for Penelope Cruz.
The movie, which had received 14 nominations, also won Best Original Soundtrack for Alberto Iglesias.
On collecting her Best Actress award, Cruz said, "This award is very important, very special for me. I am going to try not to cry because I'm a disaster, and these 30 seconds are not going to be enough."
Pan's Labyrinth, which is nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film at next month's Oscars, collected the most awards--seven in total, including Best Original Screenplay for Mexican writer/director Guillermo Del Toro.
Del Toro said, "My relationship with Spain as a filmmaker is one of profound admiration and respect... that began with the hand of Pedro (Almodovar)."
Elsewhere, Juan Diego won Best Actor for Vete de Mi, while Stephen Frears’ The Queen won Best European film.
The full list of winners is:
Best Actress--Penelope Cruz, Volver
Best Actor--Juan Diego, Vete de Mi
Best Director--Pedro Almodovar, Volver
Best Original Screenplay--Guillermo Del Toro, Pan's Labyrinth
Best Adapted Screenplay--Lluis Arcarazo, Salvador
Best First-Time Director--Daniel Sanchez Arevalo, DarkBlueAlmostBlack
Best European Film--The Queen
Best Foreign Spanish-Language Film--Las Manos, by Alejandro Doria(Argentina)
Best Supporting Actress--Carmen Maura, Volver
Best Supporting Actor--Antonio De La Torre, DarkBlueAlmostBlack
Best Breakthrough Performance, Actor--Quim Gutierrez, DarkBlueAlmostBlack
Best Breakthrough Performance, Actress--Ivana Baquero, Pan's Labyrinth
Best Animated Feature--The Hairy Tooth Fairy, by Juan Pablo Buscarini
Best Art Direction--Benjamin Fernandez, Alatriste
Best Cinematography--Guillermo Navarro, Pan's Labyrinth
Best Line Production--Cristina Zumarraga, Alatriste
Best Documentary Short--Castanuela 70, El Teatro Prohibido, by Manuel Calvo and Olga Margallo
Best Animated Short Film--El Viaje De Said, by Coke Rioboo
Best Live-Action Short Film--A Ciegas, by Salvador Gomez Cuenca
Best Visual Effects--David Marti, Montse Ribe, Reyes Abades, Everett Burrell, Edward Irastorza and Emilio Ruiz, Pan's Labyrinth
Best Costume Design--Francesca Sartori, Alatriste
Best Documentary Feature--Cineastas en Accion, by Carlos Benpar
Best Film Editing--Bernat Vilaplana, Pan's Labyrinth
Best Sound--Miguel Polo and Martin Hernandez, Pan's Labyrinth
Best Original Score--Alberto Iglesias, Volver
Best Original Song--“Tiempo Pequeno,” Bebe and Lucio Godoy, from The Education of a Fairy
Best Make-Up and Hair Design--Jose Quetglas and Blanca Sanchez, Pan's Labyrinth
Lifetime Achievement Award--Teddy Villalba
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